Catalog Numbering for Michel, Scott et al.
Printings, Remainders and Scarcity
The Michel  6 Varieties
The Michel  8 Varieties
The Schilling Reprints
Table of Colors, Gum and Paper
Color Comparison of Originals and Reprints
Maps of Heligoland
Heligoland Cancels
Reprints on Lemberger Pages

Postal History      Postal Rates
Reprint Data Tables     Forgeries
Lemberger and Michel Color Chips
Proofers' Signatures
Proofers: Names and Signature Placement
The Examination of Various Stamps
Higher Stamp Values
The Robert Pollard Study
The Wagner Collection

Heligoland Postcards:
a Pictorial Chronology
1893-1977
(And a few letters too)

Here you will find a range of picture postcards and a few covers (letter envelopes) showing postal history after Heligoland was incorporated into Germany in 1890. The three Heligoland commemorative first day covers are included: 1940, 1952, and 1972. Reverse addresses, stamps and cancels are not shown. They occur after the Heligoland period ended.




Steampship Corbra


Unused Postcards from around 1900



Steamer and Bath House with South Cape in Background

Bathhouse and View of North Cape


North Cape and West Cliffs



Steamer and the Concert Promenade


feldpost franked card and View of North Cape



North Cape with pillar called 'The Monk'



Steamer and Harbor View



Jubilee March (1826-1926)

First Day Cover 1940 and Feldpost 1941







1945 Feldpost and 1952 First Day Cover



1967 Centenary (1867-1967) and 75th Anniversary of Biology Research Station


1972 with First Day Cover



1972 and 1973 letters



1975-1979 Panoramic Photos of the Modern Resort



Catalog Numbering for Michel, Scott et al.
Printings, Remainders and Scarcity
The Michel  6 Varieties
The Michel  8 Varieties
The Schilling Reprints
Color Comparison of Originals and Reprints
Maps of Heligoland
Heligoland Cancels
Reprints on Lemberger Pages
Postal History      Postal Rates
Reprint Data Tables      Forgeries
Lemberger and Michel Color Chips
Proofers' Signatures
Proofers: Names and Signature Placement
The Examination of Various Stamps
Higher Stamp Values
The Robert Pollard Study
The Wagner Collection

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